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Home: Categories: Education and Seamanship: Museums and History: United States: Indiana
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  • Canal Society of Indiana
    Organized on May 22, 1982 as a not-for-profit corporation, the Canal Society of Indiana was established to bring together those who share a common interest in Indiana’s historic canals. The Society helps focus attention on these early interstate waterways through a variety of programs. Its aim is to provide the interpretation of an era, to preserve canal bed and structural remains, and to support restoration of historic canal related sites. Fort Wayne, Indiana
    http://indcanal.org/
    (Added: Sun Jan 28 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • Howard Steamboat Museum
    Step into the Steamboat Era with a tour of the Howard Steamboat Museum. This beautiful 1894 home was built by, premier steamboat builders, the Howards of Jeffersonville. The Howard Steamboat Museum features original furnishings, brass chandeliers, stained glass windows, intricate carvings throughout and even a grand staircase! Master craftsmen, from the shipyard, created much of the decor in the mansion. Howard built steamboats included, the luxurious J.M. White (featured to the left), the speedy City of Louisville and the popular Indiana. Models, photographs, paintings, half-hull models and other artifacts abound at this unique Jeffersonville museum. The Howard Steamboat Museum is open year round. Personal, informative tours are offered. Jeffersonville, Indiana
    http://www.howardsteamboatmuseum.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • LST Memorial 325
    This LST (Landing Ship, Tank) is an amphibious vessel designed to land battle-ready tanks, troops and supplies directly onto enemy shores. Ships of this type proved to be enormously useful during times of war and peace both. This particular LST was originally known as LST-325 during the Second World War, USNS LST-325 during its arctic operations in the 1950's, and later L-144 (A/G Syros) while it was in the service of the Greek Navy. It was acquired by The USS LST Ship Memorial, Inc., in 2000, and caught considerable public attention when our veteran crew brought it on a 6,500-mile journey from the Greek island of Crete to Mobile, Alabama. The mission of The USS LST Ship Memorial, Inc. is to educate its visitors to the role of the LST in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. It is our desire to preserve the memory of these ships and all the countless heroic men who died in battle during the service to their country. Evansville, Indiana
    http://www.lstmemorial.org/
    (Added: Sat Jan 27 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • Wabash & Erie Canal Association
    The Wabash & Erie Canal Association strives to restore and promote the Wabash & Erie Canal by providing educational experiences that will teach history and inspire others to become involved. The Canal Association continues to find and preserve artifacts, acquire new lands and expand its educational offerings through new exhibits in conjunction with a Conference and Interpretive Center building and unique attractions in keeping with the canal era that will further identify the Canal Center as an outstanding source of canal history and an exciting location for visitors of all ages. Delphi, Indiana
    http://www.wabashanderiecanal.org/
    (Added: Sun Jan 28 2018) - Report this link as bad!
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